The beauty of the fragment: Two newly restored panel paintings at the exhibition of mediaeval art
Loaned by: the Roman-Catholic Parish Lnáře, the Roman-Catholic Parish of the Church of Our Lady-before-Týn
Author and curator: Štěpánka Chlumská (the National Gallery in Prague, Collection of Old Masters - Department of Old Bohemian Art)
Restorers: Adam Pokorný, Anna Třeštíková, Jiří Třeštík (Restoration Studio of the National Gallery in Prague)
Architect: Eva Reitingerová
Graphic layout: Pavel Bosák
Execution: Jan Rous
The Collection of Old Masters of the National Gallery in Prague has prepared a late winter/early spring guided exhibition of two rare paintings - the newly restored painting of the graceful Madonna of Lnáře in the late Beautiful Style (loaned by the Roman-Catolic Parish Lnáře, c. 1410-1420) and the newly restored late Gothic painting of the Madonna and Child with St Anne (the National Gallery in Prague, c. 1510-1515) whose previously suggested attribution to the Master of the Litoměřice Altar has been confirmed.